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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917.
The Grand Finish
Of Garden Contest
(Continued from Pago One.)
8 II. P. Song, Master Kani, E. N.
Hutchinson, C. F. Drake, A. Snyder,
George E. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. '..
Cabral, Sergt. and Mrs. Brown, A. H.
Dr. W. H. Fry. 1). B. Maconachle,
Miss I. Wodeiiousc, Lieut. Ralph B.
Walker, Lieut. Frank Lulkin, E. V.
Maui Sugar Stock Dividends
Entered Of Record
Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. ('euro, Mr.
Grenorio. Frank IYrreira. Mr. Ceraco.
Leggug, Teramoto, A. S. lleywanl.
fred Carvalho, 14.
The successful conlostnnts ofr the
Honolulu trip will lie taken to Hono
lulu by the Rteatiior leaving Decem
ber 2fi, the day after Christmas. They
will be Riven one royal, good time in
the city and will arrive back home on
New Year's Day.
The prizes offered for the contest
at the beginning were as follows:
Six First Prizes A trip to Hono
lulu, all expenses paid.
Six Second Prices A choice from
the following: ball and bat, base
ball maBk, pocket flashlight, fountain
pen, set of garden tools, doll, hair
ribbon and sash, sweater, bicycle
lamp, wagon ,etc.
Six Third Prizes A choice from the
following: small set of garden tools,
one year's subscription to the "Maui
News,"' base ball, baseball bat ; book,
school companion, subscription to
"Doys' Life" or "American iioy," etc.
The judges in the several districts
were as follows:
Central Maul F. G. Krauss, L. I).
Titmmons and L. R. Mathews.
East Maul George E. Lake, Nils
Omsted and Mr. Tennes.
West Maul D. O. Wist and J. Al
Molokai Dr. F. G. Sanborn.
The minimum limit of the area of
the gardens was 100 square .feet.
Many of them were much larger than
that, and a few were almost "full
The judges were out on their work
most of two days, the ones In central
Maul, particularly, having to cover
the district from above the sanitarium
far up In Kula, all around through
the country to Waihee.
A special meeting of the Garden
Committee will be held at the Alex
ander House Settlement at 3:30 next
The trustees of the Chamber of Com
merce held a meeting Monday after
noon to d'scuss the question of co
operating In the entertainment of the
officers and men of the Japanese
cruiser Tokiwa. On motion of Mr.
Case, seconded by Mr. Lindsay the
chairman was made a comm'.ttee of
one with authority to confer with the
Japanese committee, having in hand
the entertainment of the visitors and
'ascertain what, if anything, the Maui
Chamber of Commerce could do to
ward joining with the local Japanese
comUtee in the entertainment of the
officers of the cruiser while
here. Mr. Wadsworth was also au
thorized to add to his committee, af
ter conferring with the Japanese committee.
Receives A Check
Lately there started up in Wa'Juku
practices which the police have lost
no time in pouncing upon. J ne
offenders were all Japanese. The
sheriff's department succeeded in
locating and arresting the persons
thought to be the principals, since
when there have been no complaints.
A Japanese man, thought to be the
head of the enterprise, was taken in
His bail was fixed at $150.whlch he
Quickly produced, but fatted to appear
for trial, forfeiting the money. Two
women were also arrested. They
put up $100 and $50 each, and, like
the man in the case, failed to appear
If the charges of the poVce depart
ment are true, some of the parties
concerned in the affair may also be
liable under United States law.
There Is quite a difference in the
total paid out In dividends bv Maui
Inly 1 of this year and the same
months of last year. The reasons
ascribed are the war situation, the
new federal (axes, shinning situation
and increased cost of operating. The
showing of the Maui plantations is
about the same as that of the other
islands. Uelow are given the figures
for 1917, compared with those of 191G
for the same six months:
The total of rainfall in Wailultu for
the week ending with yesterday was
.30 inch., .27 falling on the 7th. The
highest temperature was reached on
Tuesday, 85, and the lowest on Sun
At Haiku the total lor v,ie eeV
was .84 inch, being on the 6th, 7tn,
10th, and 16th. The week was char
acterized by changeable winds, com
ing from every point of the compass.
Owing to light rainfall, the ground
is again drying out. The hghest
temperature was 82 on the 6th. and
the lowest 64 on the 8th, and 9th.
July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Months
Paia $i.uo $1.00 $1.00 $2.00 $1.00 $1.00 $7.00
Pioneer 40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.40
H. C. & S. Co 25 .25 .25 .75 .25 .25 2.00
WailuUu .20 .20 .20 .20 .80
Haiku 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 7.00
Julv Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Months
Pala $l.oi( $i.(Mt $7.oo $l.oo $1.00 $7.00. $18.00
Pioneer 1.00 .00 1.00 1.00 .40 .40 4.50
H. C. & S. Co 25 1.25 1.25 .25 .25 1.25 4.50
Wailuku 6.00 1.00 1 00 .80 .20 .80 9.80
Haiku 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 16.00
MASONS ELECT OFFICERS
On December 1, at the regular
stated meeting of Lodge Maui, No.
984, A. F. & A. M., the following otll
cers were elected to serve for the
ensuing year: F. W. Peacock, Right
Worshipful Master; J. H. Pratt,
Senior Warden; J. H. Kunewa, Juni
or Warden; W. A. Robbins, Secretary;
D. C. Lindsay, Treasurer; C. C.
Campbell and D. C. Lindsay, Trustees
for three years.
t The installation ceremony will oc
cur on Thursday, Dec. 27.
GOATS FROM KAHOOL AWE
J. C. Crane has entered upon the
work of removing the goats from the
island of Kahoolawe. A permit for
him to do so, good for ninety days,
was issued by the Board of Agricul
ture and Forestry.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the The ISalUwiu Na
tional Hank will be held at the Bank
ing House, Kahului, on Tuesday the
8th. day of January, 1818, at 2:00 P.
(Dec. 14 21 28, Jan. 4.)
jftsb Dinner anfc Dance
Saturday, December 15th., 1917.
$1.50 per Plate.
Crabmeat Cocktail, Louisiana.
Coney Island Clam Chowder.
Shrimps, a la Newburg.
Baked Filet of Red Snapper.
... . . -n
DANIEL KAPULE & WF. to Mrs.
W. T. Robnson, Int. in R. P. 6700
Kul. 2489 Kumuwlliwill, Waiehu,
Maui, Nov. 10, 1917. $50.
D. KANE NALANIEWALU & WF. to
Helen Goodness, int. in Gr. 2477,
Kualapa, etc. Honuaula, Maui, Oct,
4, 1917. $30.
JOAO GOMES & WF, to Maul Rail
road & Steamship Co. 1 A land,
Puunene. (Wailuku,) Maui Dec. 4,
AUGUSTINE R. AGUIAR & WF. to
Maui Railroad & Steamship Co,,
1 A land, Puunene. (Wailuku,)
Maui, Dec. 4, 1917. $100.
T.APOLIILII to S. Yamaoka, 1 A
land, Makawao, (Hamakualoa),
Maui, Dec. 4, 1917, 10 yrs at $40
AMELIA REGO & HSR to Sekl Hon
da (w) premises &. bldgs. Vineyard
St. (Wailuku,) Maul. Dec. 8, 1917,
12 yrs. 1st, 5 yrs. at $10 per. month.
and remainder at $12.50 per. month.
Those Who Travel
a. ,. . . .a
From Honolulu per. Claudine, Dec.
8 Mrs. S. P. Zabrlskie, Otto Oss,
Norman Oss, Master Tracey, E. W.
Fox, F. M. Smith, Captain Leavitt,
William Cooke, Chun L'n Sang, S.
Nilson, C. Schyssler, O. W. Johnson,
Alt Olsen, R. Konning, P. Renki, Ivan
Johnson, A. L. Castle, Mr. Vaill, A.
Valentine, Mr. Penhallow, Mrs. J. II.
Pratt, Y. Ting, Manuel Costa, Mr. Ha
mal, S. Furushima, H. M. Gittel, C.
Cockett, Harvey Cornwell, Mr. and
For Honolulu per. Mauna Kea, Dec.
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and Regal Shoe Store should go together.
Our store is headquarters for Xeolins. You can get them
on new shoes, and we make a specialty ot shoe salvage
re-soling old footwear, with this remarkable
waterproof, and almost wearproof.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE SHOE-MONEY.
Fort and Hotel St., Honolulu
What Are More Acceptable Christmas Gifts Than
GOOD BOOKS And GOOD MUSIC
Our Big Store Is Packed Full Of Appropriate
A great collection of fairy tales, folk
lore, verses, etc., beautifully illustrated in
colors by Arthur Rackham and other mas
ters of juvenile pictorial work. Also books
for older children and for boys.
Grimm's Eairy Tales; ill. by Arthur
Edmund Dulac's Fairy Book ; Fairy
Tales of the Allied Nations.
Children's lllue Bird; by Mmc. Maur
The Children's Book; collection of
most famous stories and poems in English
The Snow Queen and other stories ;
ill. by Edmund l)ulac.
Treasure Book of Children's Verse;
ill. by Etheldreda Gray.
The Real Mother Goose; by Blanche
The Bible Slory; Old and New Testa
ment ; by Wm. Canton ; ill.
Tanglewood Talcs, by Hawthorne.
Book of Old English Songs and Bal
lads; ill. by Eleanor F. Brickdale.
A big stock of the new fiction and war
books; sets of standard authors bound in
leather and cloth. V. R. Castle, Jr.'s
volume "Hawaii, Past and Present", especi
ally bound in tapa for us by the publishers,
Dodd, Mead & Co.
Recreates music so fait li t nil v that
artists themselves are deceived by its beau
tiful tones. Our stock of these unusual
instruments and of records is very large
this year. There's no gift that would be
appreciated more by your family or friends.
These Phonographs at $35.00 to $250.00.
Songs of the
A volume that is a
pendiuin of the melodies
Majesty Queen Liliuokal;
those by Queen Kapiolani
kaua. Fifty songs in a
written by Her
as well as
re and with its
Camera and Kodak Films.
Christmas Cards Brass Desk Sets
Waterman's Fountain Pens Expanding Book Racks
Ladies Leather Purses, Hand Bags, Address Books,
Stickers Gold Cord Novelties
Ribbonzene Silver Cord Dinner Favors
Your Mail Order Will Receive Our Special Attention.
Hawaiian News Company, Ltd.
Bishop Street, Honolulu.